Blue Marble

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Original name:
Blue Marble

Other name(s) used:
Azul Cielo, Brazilian Blue
Material:
marble

Internet ID:
1560
Country of origin:
Brazil
Pattern:
Veins
Colors:
Blue, Green, White
Application:
Bathroom, Fireplace
Comments:
Light sky blue stone with aquamarine deposits.
2 SETS
Blue Marble marble - Macro Photo Blue Marble marble - CloseUp Photo Blue Marble marble - Slab Photo
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COMMENTS:

  • Marble.com - Peter 03:19PM, Jan 16 2014

    Kathy,
    That's great, we are glad that you are happy with your purchase.

  • kathy 08:33PM, Jan 15 2014

    We purchased some absolutely beautiful Italian blue marble for our home in Wyckoff NJ in 2000 when we had our kitchen totally redone. It was, obviously VERY expensive but well worth it--and we have had it on our kitchen island as that countertop--and though it is show-stopping gorgeous to see, it hs been very practical when I roll out pastry dough etc. It has never chipped and is in perfect condition--we wouldn't change it--

  • Marble.com - Derek 08:06PM, Feb 8 2013

    Hello there. I'm so sorry for the late response. In regard to the Blue Marble for a kitchen application -- the truth is that you would have to be very careful with it and it's a lot of maintenance. In addition, the stone would chip and stain to some degree over time, even if you reseal often. Marble is naturally very porous and a softer stone compared to granite. Hope this helps. 

  • Bzmini 06:57PM, Jan 30 2013

    I want to put the blue marble in my kitchen. Is it durable enough for that application, and does it need sealing

  • Marble.com - Derek 07:20PM, Aug 30 2012

    Hello. We do not sell vanity sinks in a light blue color, sorry.

  • Giuseppa 49 03:53PM, Aug 23 2012

    I am looking for a vanity top sink in this color

  • Marble.com - Derek 04:50PM, Jun 7 2012

    193L is called Mountain White Danby and it's technically a marble but it's one of the stronger, lower porosity marbles that can be used in kitchens with success if you're careful and reseal the stone every six months or so.

  • air 12:28PM, Jun 3 2012

    We visited your Ridgefield NJ location yesterday and were told that this stone was granite (frame # 193L).   This listing says it is marble.  Can you please confirm what it is?

  • Marble.com - Derek 12:42PM, Jun 22 2011 You can fill out an estimate request here: www.marble.com/free-estimate and an affiliated fabricator in your area may contact you.
  • Bbyblmrs 12:56AM, Jun 21 2011 John,

    I too asm looking for blue marble for bathroom vanities, did you find some. I live in Leesburg VA

    JIll
  • gul-e-zahra haider 02:08AM, Apr 20 2011 i live in pakistan can this marble be cut into 10mm cube tesserea i just complete marble mosaic workshop and i also want to know about the shipping and price of this blue marble? thank u
    • All Granite and Marble 01:00PM, Apr 20 2011 Gul-E-Zahra Haider: We are a countertop fabricator in the United States.
  • John 01:00PM, Mar 30 2011 I'm building a home for a client in the Washington, D.C. area, and she wants to view slabs of the Blue Marble #43. None of the local suppliers/fabricators have this marble. Can you recommend several East Coast suppliers who may have this marble?
    • All Granite and Marble 01:17PM, Mar 30 2011 John: Unfortunately we do not have Blue Marble in-stock at this time.
  • ja 08:23AM, Aug 1 2009 i like this stone a lot does it look good honed?
    • All Granite and Marble 10:17AM, Aug 1 2009 ja: We carry this stone polished, it would be quite expensive to hone it and it would attract more dust/dirt. I would keep it polished.
  • maureen 11:44AM, Feb 23 2009 is this also named blue celeste or azul cielo as i have seen it called elsewhere? do you sell remnants or only slabs?
    • All Granite and Marble 01:56PM, Feb 27 2009 maureen: Yes, these names also circulate the market. We don't sell slabs but fabricated pieces only.
  • Janet 04:37PM, Oct 7 2007 Do you provide finished counters etc in Fairfield County CT (Stamford)?
    • All Granite and Marble 09:39AM, Oct 9 2007 Janet: Go to the Directions page and put in your zip code there. You will be able to see if you service your area.
  • susan 10:15AM, Sep 20 2007 can this be used on the floor?
    • All Granite and Marble 10:37AM, Sep 21 2007 susan: Yes.
  • susan 10:12AM, Sep 20 2007 Do you have any examples of this marble in a bathroom?
    • All Granite and Marble 10:13AM, Sep 20 2007 susan: No, sorry :)
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